Le 17-07-27 à 13:20, clipka a écrit :
> Am 27.07.2017 um 16:58 schrieb Stephen:
>> On 7/27/2017 2:31 PM, jr wrote:
>>> the first tool, df3util, is now "feature complete", documented,
>>> and builds cleanly from a regular source tarball. it is a "Swiss army
>>> knife"-type utility, providing ten commands from the command-line.
>>> quoting from the man page, the program can "copy, merge, and recode DF3
>>> data, mirror, shift, and rotate it, and output informative summaries
>>> of volumes and their contents", and more.
>> You wouldn't happen to have a Windoze executable about your person or
>> something that could be run from a DOS box?
> Modern Windows 10 can build and run Linux software, thanks to the
> confusingly named "Windows Subsystem for Linux" (aka "Bash on Windows"),
> which is based on Ubuntu (14.04 if I recall correctly). IIRC there's a
> Windows setting to be frobbed first, and then the feature needs to be
> actually installed, but once that's done, a Unix terminal environment is
> at your fingertips. And ever since the Creator's Update, it even no
> longer crashes when trying to rename a directory.
Present on Windows 7 as well.
Post a reply to this message